Recorded around 1934-1937, on Decca starburst label 116 B. UPDATE: I re-transcribed the record, and with my improved resources, was able to produce a MUCH better transcription. Posted by Anubis4545 Topics: Bob Crosby, 1930s, 30s, Dorsey Brothers, Decca, 78rpm
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0039365/ The rise and rise of the Fabulous Dorsey brothers is charted in this delightful whymsical step down memory lane. Lots of fun watching Hollywood's more than creative version of their careers. one of only about three or four films ("I Dood It", "The Fleet's In") with the great Bob Eberle, a truly class act who never minded that his paperboy spent his tip money on Roy Orbison and Paul Anka records. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Big band, Dorsey Brothers, Bob Eberle, Tommy Dorsey, musical, biography
Novelty Ragtime number written by Felix Arndt in 1915 (as an engagement gift for his fiance, Nola Locke). The present recording (among many others until the 1950's) derived from an Edison Diamond Disc #50960 by the Vicent Lopez Orchestra. Lopez formed his first band in 1917, later entered radio, and was very popular until the 1940's. He appeared on films, with a band which featured musicians who would go on to be famous in their own right, including the Dorseys, Artie Shaw and Glenn Miller. His... Topics: Whizbang!!, Nola, Vincent Lopez, Novelty Ragtime, Dorsey Brothers, Glenn Miller, Felix Arndt
Recordings made from March through December of 1932, including soundtracks from film footage. All of these have been cleaned up and re-equalized to the best of my ability. I used the Boswells’ film soundtracks as a model for all of their recordings as I believe that film sound, even in the early 1930s, was generally far superior in dynamic range and more realistic than phonograph records, which were engineered to be dull and tubby because the steel and cactus needles of that time, and the... Topics: Boswell Sisters, Connee Boswell, jazz, jazz vocal, 1930s music, Dorsey Brothers
April 30, 2016 cover song performance, by Christopher John Stephens, of the American songbook pop music standard Topics: • Ozzie Nelson, Dorsey Brothers, Frankie Laine, Vaughn Monroe, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong,...